The study, which will be studied in criminology, will examine the nature, causes, control and consequences of criminal behaviour. Your approach will be sociological, partly psychological and partly anthropological.
There are many different schools of thought and theory, which refer to criminology. Below you will find the list.
Discuss legal discrimination, reasonable separation of people into categories
Some forms of reasonable discrimination are lawful in court. The courts must determine whether the law was fair or unfair. For example, affirmative action allowed schools to opt for certain minorities. Was it a form of legal racial discrimination? Note that non-citizens are not allowed to vote. Is it just and legal discrimination? There is also discrimination on the grounds of sex or sexual orientation, such as the prohibition of single marital union. Age discrimination is often defined as legal; for example, people cannot vote or obtain a driver's license until they reach a certain age. On the other hand, discrimination against older persons is usually illegal. A study of the specific type of legal discrimination and the presentation of results
Discuss the various measures that the accused may have in criminal proceedings
On this topic, it is necessary to choose a particular case, whether real or hypothetical, and discuss the various defense options that are best used for the defendant. The defendant may declare that she or he actually committed the crime but is not criminally responsible because he was involved, intoxicated, insane, or etc. Similarly, the defendant may claim that the offence was justified, for example, by self-defence. Or perhaps the accused may claim that no crime has been committed at all. It would also be a good idea for the prosecutor to consider what protection he or she might be against
To check the rights of the accused under the U.S. Constitution
Although the Sixth Amendment guarantees the right to a jury trial, most trials do not use a jury. The right to counsel is also guaranteed under the Sixth Amendment. You can discuss the process of selection of jurors and lawyers, as well as his right to exclude certain possible jurors without giving reasons. Explain also what is meant by "quick trial" and how these values can be in real life. Discuss the right to a mandatory process, the right of the accused to face time and the right of the fifth amendment. Why could a lawyer not prevent the defendant from taking part in his own defence? The general legal errors cited as the reason for the appeal to the higher court were also discussed
Explain what investigation processes are important to a specific criminal act
The process of investigating a criminal offence must meet certain standards. Select the actual or hypothetical scenario and provide a theoretical process for the investigation. How can the police protect an arrest warrant if the suspect is taken into custody? The judge must believe that there is a possible reason, the facts, to connect the suspect to the crime. If a warrant is not used, what are the likely reasons for questioning every person on the street by police officers? Reasonable suspicion may be more likely than an arrest. Some searches are permitted without a warrant, but if the search is illegal, any available evidence will also be disallowed. Consider the concept of reasonable force and the right of the suspect to a lawyer and the right to free self-ineducation (Miranda rights).
Arrange that freedom should not be (or may be) sacrificed in the name of security
Consider the laws and policies relating to terrorism and the "war on terror". You can argue, like many civil liberties groups, that our rights to certain freedoms outweigh the need for certain laws or policies designed to protect us from terrorism. You can talk
Choose a specific type of dispute and discuss various options for resolving it outside the court
A dispute outside the court may save the parties associated with time, resources and headaches. Negotiations, arbitration and mediation are three appropriate ways to resolve disputes without recourse to the courts. Negotiations are the basis for any settlement of the dispute. The harmonization should be mutually beneficial to some extent, and each party may have some degree of satisfaction. Harmonization, while the most informal approach, is a necessary component of all types of dispute resolution. Another option was arbitration, and a third party took a decision as a judge who could propose possible solutions. A transfer may also be the preferred alternative if the parties involved should work with a third party to resolve the conflict.
Arrange that the conviction for a particular defendant, who was found guilty, does not correspond to this crime
The fact that the sentence determines the long-term fate of the accused means that he must be punished with appropriate punishment for the crime. Assuming that the accused is guilty of any particular crime, a specific instance should be provided in which the punishment was either too light or too strict. Consider that all possible sentences are suspended, conditionally, house arrest, fines, community service, imprisonment and death. What could be the purpose of punishment (for example, retribute, deterrence, rehabilitation and incapacity) and was the punishment effective for that purpose? (ALL)